Medical Definition of Buccal nerve

1. A sensory branch of the mandibular division of the trigeminal nerve; it passes downward emerging from beneath the ramus of the mandible to run forward on the buccinator muscle, piercing (but not supplying) it to supply the buccal mucous membrane and skin of the cheek near the angle of the mouth. Synonym: nervus buccalis, buccinator nerve, long buccal nerve. (05 Mar 2000)



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Buccal Nerve

buccal angles
buccal artery
buccal branches of facial nerve
buccal caries
buccal cavities
buccal cavity
buccal curve
buccal digestion
buccal embrasure
buccal fat-pad
buccal flange
buccal gingiva
buccal glands
buccal lymph node
buccal mucosa
buccal nerve (current term)
buccal node
buccal occlusion
buccal pit
buccal region
buccal surface
buccal tablet
buccal tube
buccal vestibule
buccally
buccan
buccaned
buccaneer
buccaneered

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